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Pamphaios was an Attic potter active around the end of the 6th century BC.Pamphaios was the successor of Nikosthenes in that artist's workshop, and thus took over from one of the most influential and creative potters of antiquity. He probably took over the workshop before 510 BC and continued the tradition of his predecessor by producing typical shapes the latter had developed, such as the Nikosthenic amphora, the or the . At times, he developed these shapes further. Unlike Nikostehenes, Pamphaios favoured painters of the red-figure style, which was at the time replacing the previously dominant technique of black-figure vase painting. He also continued to employ many of the painters that had worked for Nikosthenes, such as Oltos, Epiktetos and the .

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  • Pamphaios war ein attischer Töpfer gegen Ende des 6. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Pamphaios war der Nachfolger des Nikosthenes in dessen Athener Töpferwerkstatt und damit der Nachfolger eines der einflussreichsten und kreativsten Keramikers der Antike. Wohl kurz vor 510 v. Chr. übernahm er die nikostheneische Werkstatt und setzte die Tradition seines Vorgängers fort, indem er auch weiterhin die typischen Produkte herstellte, so die nikosthenische Amphora oder die und die Chalkidisierende Schale. Manchmal entwickelte er diese Formen auch noch weiter. Im Unterschied zu Nikosthenes setzte Pamphaios jedoch weitaus mehr auf Vasenmaler des rotfigurigen Stils, die zu dieser Zeit den alten schwarzfigurigen Stil ablösten. Er beschäftigte viele der Maler des Nikosthenes weiter, darunter bekannte Künstler wie Oltos, Epiktetos und den Nikosthenes-Maler. (de)
  • Panfeo (en griego:Παμϕαῖος) fue un ceramista griego de fines del siglo VI a.C cuya firma se conserva en más de cincuenta vasijas, se cree que a modo de marca.​ Sucedió a Nicóstenes en su taller antes del 510 a. C., conservando varios pintores que trabajaban para él (como Epicteto u Olto), lo que le hizo ser uno de los más influyentes alfareros de su época. Favoreció el uso de Cerámica de figuras rojas en vez de negras como se estilaba en su época. (es)
  • Pamphaios (Παμϕαῖος; ... – ... è stato un ceramista greco antico, attivo ad Atene tra il 510 e il 480 a.C.. Si formò presso il ceramista Nikosthenes di cui proseguì il lavoro e i suoi vasi vennero decorati a figure nere e a figure rosse dai maggiori ceramografi del periodo tardo arcaico quali Oltos, Epitteto, il e il Pittore di Euphiletos. Le figure nere comprendono coppe e hydriai, mentre la produzione decorata a figure rosse fu più vasta. La continuità tra l'officina di Nikosthenes e quella di Pamphaios è avvertibile in un medesimo modo di concepire il proprio lavoro con produzioni particolari per mercati specifici come l'Etruria, e con una offerta che copriva una gamma molto ampia di livelli qualitativi. Già il Ducati notava la varietà nelle firme di Pamphaios, dovuta probabilmente all'apposizione delle stesse da parte di collaboratori diversi. Il suo nome viene frequentemente ricordato come probabile committente del noto (Acropolis 1332 attribuito ad Endoios e conservato al Museo dell'acropoli di Atene. (it)
  • Pamphaios was an Attic potter active around the end of the 6th century BC.Pamphaios was the successor of Nikosthenes in that artist's workshop, and thus took over from one of the most influential and creative potters of antiquity. He probably took over the workshop before 510 BC and continued the tradition of his predecessor by producing typical shapes the latter had developed, such as the Nikosthenic amphora, the or the . At times, he developed these shapes further. Unlike Nikostehenes, Pamphaios favoured painters of the red-figure style, which was at the time replacing the previously dominant technique of black-figure vase painting. He also continued to employ many of the painters that had worked for Nikosthenes, such as Oltos, Epiktetos and the . Pamphaios signature survives on more than fifty vases – spelled different ways by various artists, it probably functioned as a trademark on his workshop's products. * Attic black-figured hydria depicting Athena wearing the aegis.Signed by the potter Pamphaios and the Euphiletos Painter c. 540 BC. Cabinet des Médailles, BNF, Paris * The centaur Chiron holding the child Achilles and a hare at the end of a stick, side B of a ca 525–515 BC red-figure Nikosthenic neck-amphora. * Interior of a red-figure kylix depicting kottabos players. Signed by Pamphaios, c. 510 BC. Louvre (CA 1585). (en)
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  • Panfeo (en griego:Παμϕαῖος) fue un ceramista griego de fines del siglo VI a.C cuya firma se conserva en más de cincuenta vasijas, se cree que a modo de marca.​ Sucedió a Nicóstenes en su taller antes del 510 a. C., conservando varios pintores que trabajaban para él (como Epicteto u Olto), lo que le hizo ser uno de los más influyentes alfareros de su época. Favoreció el uso de Cerámica de figuras rojas en vez de negras como se estilaba en su época. (es)
  • Pamphaios war ein attischer Töpfer gegen Ende des 6. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. Pamphaios war der Nachfolger des Nikosthenes in dessen Athener Töpferwerkstatt und damit der Nachfolger eines der einflussreichsten und kreativsten Keramikers der Antike. Wohl kurz vor 510 v. Chr. übernahm er die nikostheneische Werkstatt und setzte die Tradition seines Vorgängers fort, indem er auch weiterhin die typischen Produkte herstellte, so die nikosthenische Amphora oder die und die Chalkidisierende Schale. Manchmal entwickelte er diese Formen auch noch weiter. Im Unterschied zu Nikosthenes setzte Pamphaios jedoch weitaus mehr auf Vasenmaler des rotfigurigen Stils, die zu dieser Zeit den alten schwarzfigurigen Stil ablösten. Er beschäftigte viele der Maler des Nikosthenes weiter, darunter bekannte Künstler w (de)
  • Pamphaios (Παμϕαῖος; ... – ... è stato un ceramista greco antico, attivo ad Atene tra il 510 e il 480 a.C.. Si formò presso il ceramista Nikosthenes di cui proseguì il lavoro e i suoi vasi vennero decorati a figure nere e a figure rosse dai maggiori ceramografi del periodo tardo arcaico quali Oltos, Epitteto, il e il Pittore di Euphiletos. Le figure nere comprendono coppe e hydriai, mentre la produzione decorata a figure rosse fu più vasta. (it)
  • Pamphaios was an Attic potter active around the end of the 6th century BC.Pamphaios was the successor of Nikosthenes in that artist's workshop, and thus took over from one of the most influential and creative potters of antiquity. He probably took over the workshop before 510 BC and continued the tradition of his predecessor by producing typical shapes the latter had developed, such as the Nikosthenic amphora, the or the . At times, he developed these shapes further. Unlike Nikostehenes, Pamphaios favoured painters of the red-figure style, which was at the time replacing the previously dominant technique of black-figure vase painting. He also continued to employ many of the painters that had worked for Nikosthenes, such as Oltos, Epiktetos and the . (en)
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